Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

Use either since or for.
The water has been boiling ____ ten minutes.

Use either since or for.
He has been in prison ____ two years

Decide which ending is correct:
You aren't allowed to smoke, __________

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Use either since or for.
They have been living in Scotland ____ 1945.

Use either since or for.
That girl has been sitting there ____ eight o’clock.

Decide which ending is correct:
This city is very busy, __________

Use either since or for.
We’ve been playing ____ an hour.

Decide which ending is correct:
He hasn't painted his room, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She isn't late, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She was cleaning the car, __________

Übersetze: Der Mann, den du siehst, ist mein Onkel.

Decide which ending is correct:
You can come to my house, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You like this band, ______

If Jane eats too many sweets, _______________

Use either since or for.
I’ve been working in the post-office ____ a month.

Decide which ending is correct:
You won't leave me, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You lost your keys, __________

The tourist _____ watched the accident tried to rescue the girl.

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Grammatik

Interrogativpronomen

Possessivpronomen

Pronomen

Question Tags

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

Use either since or for.
The water has been boiling ____ ten minutes.

Use either since or for.
He has been in prison ____ two years

Decide which ending is correct:
You aren't allowed to smoke, __________

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Use either since or for.
They have been living in Scotland ____ 1945.

Use either since or for.
That girl has been sitting there ____ eight o’clock.

Decide which ending is correct:
This city is very busy, __________

Use either since or for.
We’ve been playing ____ an hour.

Decide which ending is correct:
He hasn't painted his room, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She isn't late, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
She was cleaning the car, __________

Übersetze: Der Mann, den du siehst, ist mein Onkel.

Decide which ending is correct:
You can come to my house, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You like this band, ______

If Jane eats too many sweets, _______________

Use either since or for.
I’ve been working in the post-office ____ a month.

Decide which ending is correct:
You won't leave me, __________

Decide which ending is correct:
You lost your keys, __________

The tourist _____ watched the accident tried to rescue the girl.

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?

Which sentences are correct?